Musical “Fireworks” for Detroit Yacht Club Wedding

thCA93S4QOCongratulations to Kelsey and Kenn on their wedding earlier this month. The current DYC clubhouse is located on a private island along the banks of the Belle Isle Park in Detroit. The architecture and interior is of Mediterranean design and was built by George Mason in 1922. Mr. Mason also designed the Gem Theater, Masonic Temple and the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island. The clubhouse was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2011.
Kenn and Kelsey had a lot of fun choosing the music for their wedding day. They requested Bitter Sweet Symphony by the Verve, Clocks by Coldplay, Fields of Gold by Sting and With or Without You by U2. For the recessional, we played “Firework” by Katy Perry.
We always appreciate the assistance of wedding coordinators and send our thanks to Rachel Cyteki for her help that day with cues and such. Best wishes to Kenn and Kelsey and thank you for the privilege of providing the music for your wedding day.

Detroit Yacht Club

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  1. Rondo String Quartet set the stage for an amazing wedding! They set the stage for our guests to enjoy a romantic setting for a wedding full of love, honor and respect. We could not have asked for any better opening and closing to our wedding. Thank you to the Quartet for doing such a tremendous job. We received so many compliments about your performance!

    • Thank you for your beautiful comments, Kelsey. It was a lovely evening for all and a honor to be a part of your wedding day.

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